Magic - The Gathering: The Official Advanced Strategy Guide

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Thunder's Mouth Press, 1998 - Games - 128 pages
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Written for serious Magic players, the "Advanced Strategy Guide" features cards and techniques for the intricacies of high-level and tournament play. The focus of this book is on winning, and it addresses the player who already knows how to play and is approaching tournament level. Topics include: constructed deck vs. sealed deck; evaluating cards; draft tournaments; metagame; and Magic ethics. An appendix lists decks and standard decks that tournamanet players should play-test against.

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Not being a Magic the Gathering player, I picked up this book just to learn a little bit about the game. This book gave me a little more respect for the people who do play the game. Mark Justice, a ... Read full review

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Moursund is a Magic rules expert.

Justice won the 1995 Magic World Championship.

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